Brazil, for me, symbolized, engrossing football, overpowering Amazon Jungle and hot Coffee. But I never thought the place would be so beautiful.
A new place with a language, i do not understand, is not new for me. Having stayed in Japan for nine months, I am sure, I would be able to manage in any corner of the world ad in whole of the world, people speak at least one common language - sign language and people emote not only through their words but also through eyes and body language.
Food here is something I had been warned about. Vegeterian is a less common word and all you can have for a vegeterian is salad. However thanks to wide spread of globalized food system, you can avail italian, mexican and arabic food as per your taste. There are some indian restaurants too in some of the cities like Sao Paulo. However in Rio there exists only one restaurant, which serves indian food with abominable taste - the difference between this indian food and the real indian food could be similar to the difference between chinese food available in india and the authentic chinese food.
Leaving aside the simple intricacies of life, the place is full of beauty - in all walks of life.
Brazillians are among the most beautiful people in the world. The beauty here is not limited to the physical aspect alone. Brazaillians are quite fun loving and xenophillic. Whomever I met made me feel at home in their homeland. They exude warmth and what the language fails to express, their eyes radiate.
When it comes to natural beauty, i dont think any other country is going to beat Brazil. You can find hills, jungles and fountains. But the best part of the place are the beaches. Rio is city full of beaches - lively ones. especially during summer, you can find the beaches full of people - playing, tanning, surfing, bathing, swimimng or just lazing around at.
The city of Rio de janeiro is beautiful would be an understatement. The city boasts of magnificent beaches and wonderful views from Sugarloaf, Corcovado and Niteroi.